Using Coaching to Accelerate Strategy Implementation

Coaching is evolving to help organizations address strategic imperatives — and, specifically, to help accelerate strategy execution and navigate change. That’s a shift that takes coaching beyond its traditional focus on individualized development.

In partnership with The Conference Board, Cambria recently explored the evolution of coaching in a recent webcast. Learn how some organizations use coaching to:

Accelerate strategy implementation through leadership development
Address the challenges of an increasingly volatile, uncertain, complex, and ambiguous (VUCA) world
Create competitive advantage by promoting a coaching culture

Designed for senior executives, coaching practice leaders, and coaches, this session will provide insights that will help you achieve better results and create sustainable value.

The runtime is 1 hour and 2 minutes.

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